Description: Bridget Wilson is a San Diego attorney who was involved in many military discrimination cases before and after Don't Ask Don't Tell was implemented. She was a member of the Army Reserve from 1977-1980, after which she trained as a nurse and then entered the legal field. She started her own legal firm in 1997, specializing in military cases, civil litigation, business, employment, and personal injury. This interview by Peter Brown focuses on her experience in the Army Reserve and basic training.
Call Number: C151
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